Engibous to retire as TI chairman in April

By : |January 18, 2008 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Texas Instruments Incorporated today announced that the Thomas J. Engibous, the chairman of its Board, will retire following the company’s 2008 stockholders meeting on April 17.

Richard K. Templeton will become the new chairman, in addition to his current position as president and chief executive officer.

Engibous joined the company in 1976 after graduating from Purdue University. He was named president of the company’s semiconductor group in 1993, a member of the board of directors in 1996, president and CEO in 1996, and chairman in 1998.

“Leading TI has been an honor I never imagined would be mine. It was challenging, exciting and fulfilling, even when markets were stubborn and economies were unpredictable. I have worked with great people all over the world, and it has been a pleasure,” said Engibous.

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